Diapers are cheap at BJs

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I have been seeing diaper deal threads a lot on fatwallet, but BJs are the cheapest diaper sellers I have seen yet. Always I buy BJs diaper (Size: 4, No. of diapers-128) for $18.All sizes are cheap. Quality is amazing. Make a visit and feel the experience.<img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-cool.gif" border=0>

Link: www.bjs.com
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This is my first posting, please be kind.

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Nice find OP. I heard that Lisa Nowak after getting fired by NASA agreed to the the ambassador for BJ's diapers. The new slogan will be "The less stops you make the quicker you get there. <img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-smile.gif" border=0>

huh!!! huh!!!

AWESOME! I need diaper.

I agree... my daughter was allergic to all the brand name diapers, because they have so many dyes in them. The BJ's brand do not, and they worked great with her. Just as good as the expensive..she's 2 now and that's all we've used.

What is best about BJs though is they often have their own coupon for about $3 off which can be combined with regular manufacturer coupons. Depending on the CSR - I have used multiple manufacturer coupons on one box) as their rule is that you can use one manufacturer coupon for each what would be individual box. Example - three pack of pasta would be able to use three manufacturer coupons.

Yes, you can use coupons based on the number of barcodes - so for a box of 8 cans of delmonte vagatables, it's like you're buying 8 items. If your coupon is $1 off 2, you can use 4 coupons.

However, on something like the diapers, you won't be able to because they are not individual resale items. If you buy name brade diapers, the packs inside are enclosed in clear or white package without a barcode, and they are not supposed to be considered a "club pack."

That said, I used the BJ's brand diapers for 10 years with my kids because not only were they cheaper, but they worked better, at least with my kids. As long as we had one in diapers (their wipes are great too - real cloth), DH never questioned paying for our membership. But the time we got the last out of them, he realized how many other items we get there that can't be beat. Our best deal lately has been Roast Beef - $11 a pound in the grocery stores, in February BJ's had a monthly special where it was $4.99! Even the regular price of $6.99 is far better than I can get anywhere else. I know I can make my own much cheaper, but don't have space for the slicer.

sibunair said: [Q]I have been seeing diaper deal threads a lot on fatwallet, but BJs are the cheapest diaper sellers I have seen yet. Always I buy BJs diaper (Size: 4, No. of diapers-128) for $18.All sizes are cheap. Quality is amazing. Make a visit and feel the experience.<img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-cool.gif" border=0>

Link: www.bjs.com
They have stores at following States.
Connecticut
Delaware
Florida
Georgia
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New York
North Carolina
Ohio
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
Virginia
This is my first posting, please be kind.

Where are you getting $18 for diapers from? Coupons? I was just there last weekend and bought baby dry size 5 for over $30. I have used 4X coupons in the past but couldn't find any this time around. If you have a link please post. Thanks.

I am a member of BJs. I think I paid some $32 that time for an annual member ship, they given 2 member ship cards(I shared with my fried). Most of the time they have coupons for diapers and they send their weekly brochure all the time w/o fail. If you combine these coupons,then the price will be more cheap. I am very very happy with their diaper quality, my kido never had any problem with this.It is medicated with antiseptics. If you are a member there, you get 15% discount from the store price, that means a walk in customer will be charged 15% more.Also their cosmetics and detergents are very cheap. I have no clue about other items, but my friend says they are very cheap in groceries even. Only thing you need to follow is take bulk quality.Ohh ya..forgot!!!Tissue papers are also cheap and awesome quality. Last week I bought kitchen tissues (BJs brand) (200 sheats/piece/12 rolls)just for $12<img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-cool.gif" border=0>

Does anyone know how their sizes run compared to Pampers? I am currently using Pampers Baby Dry size 3 and 5. Thanks

ha, i thought the post read, "diapers are cheap as BJs"

brokedude, do you really want to tell the world that you wear diapers?

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Does anyone know how their sizes run compared to Pampers? I am currently using Pampers Baby Dry size 3 and 5. Thanks
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BJs diaper size is more comfortable than Pampers, I used pampers 4 size for my son, (he is 2yr old ,30lbs) it was little tight, BJs diaper are perfect fit and covers properly.

inkybod said: [Q]ha, i thought the post read, "diapers are cheap as BJs"

brokedude, do you really want to tell the world that you wear diapers?

Must. Resist. Urge. to. make. childish. comments!

No better combination than bee jays and diapers!

I'm a buyer of cheap diapers, no matter what brand.

I'm looking for some cheap diapers and the cheapest that I is diapers from target I got 80 size 3 for about $11. I can't believe that Kirkland (costco) diapers cost more than that (about $.18) per diaper. I'm waiting for a sale from CVS or Rite Aid for BOGO or something so that's when I stock up. Toys ru's don't even have their sale of Espeically for kids 2 boxes for $30 anymore. Next time when there's a sale, I am probably going to stock at least a year's worth of stuff because I have another baby on the way.

ProfitAfterRebates said:
Must. Resist. Urge. to. make. childish. comments!

No better combination than bee jays and diapers!


Bee jay and a diaper? Looks like somebody was asleep during sex ed.Why would you need a diaper ?You can't get preggers that way.

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I'm a buyer of cheap diapers, no matter what brand.

I'm looking for some cheap diapers and the cheapest that I is diapers from target I got 80 size 3 for about $11. I can't believe that Kirkland (costco) diapers cost more than that (about $.18) per diaper. I'm waiting for a sale from CVS or Rite Aid for BOGO or something so that's when I stock up. Toys ru's don't even have their sale of Espeically for kids 2 boxes for $30 anymore. Next time when there's a sale, I am probably going to stock at least a year's worth of stuff because I have another baby on the way.

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Do u think 3 size 80diapers for $11 is cheap...I get 4 size 128 diapers for 18$ from BJs...if u buy 3 size from there u will get more than 128...


They really need to change the stupid name of the store... BJs.. I mean seriously...

Reminds me of a joke....
Diapers are just like some bosses....they are usually all over you arse, and full of shite!



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